conditional formatting row based on text
I used this formula in a conditional formatting to highlight/shade a row based on whether column G was greater than or less than 20:
I want to do the same thing but instead of a number I want to say if column G contains a certain text instead.
For example if G contains the text "LOA" than the formula would be true.
I have a table whereby I have numerous conditional formats applied to a column, whereby that cell will change colour based on a 'contains text' value. For example if the cell has HOMEBRAND in it as part of the text entry, the condition reflects 'contains text "HOME" & the cell changes colour. I have tried to find a way to change the colour of the entire row in the table whenever that cell meets the criteria that causes it to change colour, however have not been able to find a way. I have found ways to do it if the condition is based on a formula, however the 'contains text' function does not seem to work for whole row conditional formatting. I have attached a copy of the table with the formatting applied (Excel 2007)
I have a spreadsheet with some conditional formatting for the row that the information is in. The formatting is based on specific formulas within that row. Every time I try to copy the row the "Applies To." column changes to the correct new row, but not the formula itself. Is there any way that Excel will do this without me having to re-edit the conditional formatting every time?
Conditional formatting allows you to selectively highlight certain data on your form or report so that it is easier to understand. For example, you might want to format negative numbers in a red font to make it clear that those records need further attention.
You can set conditional formatting for a text box or a combo box control. You can change the formatting based on the control's own value, or you can use an expression to change the formatting based on the values contained in other fields or controls. On a form, you can use conditional formatting to disable a control, and you can cause the formatting of a control to change when the cursor is positioned in that control.
What do you want to do?:
*Apply conditional formatting to a control based on its own value
*Use an expression to apply conditional formatting to one or more controls
*Change the formatting of a control on a form that has the focus
*Remove conditional formatting from one or more controls
*Create alternating row colors on a report
I have conditional formatting on B8:H8 based on contents of row 9.
So in B8 Formula is =ISNUMBER($B$9)
That works well but other users may add rows and copy formatting. Wondering if it's possible to add offset to the formula so that CF in each row is based on the cell directly below it.
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